I was willing to put in the effort to learn to read because I saw how vital it would be for future academic success. This same attitude really helped prepare me high school. I saw that it was important to maintain high academics and extracurriculars because these are important for college and developing time management skills. My perspective on my Dyslexia drastically changed during high school because I saw how it had helped me learn to self-advocate, be internally motivated and see the impact of my decisions on the
I am very much interested in this screen printing job. I went to college just to learn more about screen printing. I would like to use the knowledge, that I have acquired from college and from my experiences, to help me grow into a better artist, while simultaneously provide the best service to your company and your clients.
My ultimate goal is to empower students to learn and to embrace the power of knowledge. Honors College will challenge me to become the best teacher that I can be. I plan to attend graduate school in the future and I know Honors college will be advantageous for me during that time in my life. The most salient opportunity
I remember how caring and helpful they would be when it came to college applications. Mrs. Leon was one of the teachers that impacted my life with her advice and guidance. She prepared me with what’s expected in college level writing and much more. I was the type of student that wanted to do everything perfect to college expectations to prepare myself for the real world. High school prepared me by being able to attend dual enrollment, which was one of the great thing my school had to offer to help advanced student academically.
This career spikes my interest because of the opportunity to help people in their time of need. The career seems quite fulfilling to be able to save the life of an individual in a time of crisis. This career would also give me the opportunity to treat and experience a wide variety of
Many successful people that have graduated from colleges and universities have credited their success to the connections they made while studying and I truly believe those connections made in the school will facilitate the job search. There are many reasons why going to Miami-Dade College will have a strong impact and influence in my life. I believe going to college opens many doors and will prepare me for my future
I feel I should be selected as a recipient because I demonstrate the qualities of a successful leader in the community. Therefore, being selected as a recipient would only enhance my ability to be more involved in the Marymount community since I’ll be spending more time on campus. I can only see this as a positive outcome for myself, my academic goals, and my relationships I’ll make as a student athlete in the Marymount. Please, if there is anything that could improve my chances or additional work that I must do to obtain this position, I would be more than happy to do
An extracurricular activity I have the honor of being a part of is Upward Bound. A TRIO organization that prepared me for college and opened up many doors for me. I am grateful to be a part of Upward Bound because it has offered me resources like tutors, having sessions to review for ACT tests, and the opportunity to build community with my fellow students. Additionally, I have received help researching scholarships, researching colleges that are the best fit for me and visiting colleges as well as support and aid regarding my applications. Upward Bound has been a fantastic experience that I have had the honor to be a part of.
A key step to this is what I want to do after high school, and ISM seems like a good first step to help me decide. I really want to be a part of this, as it seems like a once in a lifetime experience to me. Working with different people is a big interest for me, as I love being around people, and working with students who have
Because of my success in and love for English, I’ve decided to major in English Education in college and go on to teach high school level English. My volunteering at summer school and the other work I’ve done in classrooms made me realize that I love teaching others. The look on their faces when I’m able to teach them something new that they understand makes me feel exceptional, and that I’m doing something worthwhile. I chose English specifically because it is a subject that I am personally passionate about, and I want desperately to teach others to love it as
My desire to learn has motivated me in my schoolwork and has prepared me for the vigorous study necessary for success in the NSLI-Y program. I am eager to further my language abilities to seek out experiences that will help me succeed in an international
A Speech-Language Pathologist works directly with a wide variety of patients, birth to adulthood who suffers from speech or language disorders. Those disorders may include disfluency, expressive or receptive language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders. I am fervid about helping individuals, and I have seen first-hand how important our voice truly is. This is why I chose a career in this field, I want to help, and give a voice to those who are not always heard. As a Speech- Language Pathologist it is important that you obtain certain trains in order to be successful; including, interpersonal skills, teamwork, and problem solving skills.
My plan is to pass my knowledge onto the people I care for to better their quality of life. I chose this career path because I love working with people and positively impacting them. At college I will be earning a degree while learning how to adapt to life changes and bettering myself. After I earn my degree, my second goal is to raise a big happy family. By being financially stable with my own college degree, I will be
My major is communicative disorder and science which is under education department. I am look forward to join the speech pathology community in the future. The speech pathology community plays important role in speech therapy which is focusing on diagnosis, treatment and management, and